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Category: Design Strategy
Design: Michael McGinn, Sharon Gresh, Bryan Hallam, John Balestrieri, Jennie Maneri, and Jeff Anzulewicz, Michael McGinn Design Office (U.S.)
The Herman Miller Materials Program establishes a new paradigm for designing with materials. It was designed to recognize the relationship between experiencing and understanding materials and eliminating wasteful practices. The program consists of two equally important components: physical samples that can be seen and touched, and a Web site to explore and understand more than 1,600 materials.